Russia’s North Korean slaves

Posted by: Phineas on December 16, 2011 at 3:28 pm

**Posted by Phineas

An appalling, but sadly unsurprising revelation at The Daily Caller that the world’s largest prison camp masquerading as a nation, North Korea, rents out its own people as slaves in Siberian camps:

Q. In this Vice Guide you are traveling not to North Korea, but into the Siberian region of Russia where the North Koreans have outsourced North Korean workers to the Russian state. Call me crazy, but it appears that the Russian government is essentially participating in a modern day slavery racket, no?

A. Correct. The Russians are making money. The North Korean state is making money. The companies using the slave labor are making money. Everyone is making money save the people actually doing the work. Long live the revolution!!

Q. Tell me about these prison camps? What are the North Koreans doing there?

A. They are forced to live and work in the middle of nowhere, under horrific conditions for 10 year periods, for little or no money, under threat that if they run away their whole families will be put into similar work camps in the Homeland.

Q. And the camps are made to resemble life in North Korea, right?

A. Some of the workers actually think they are still in concentration camps in DPRK even though they are thousands of miles away. Why? Because all they see are trees and villages that look EXACTLY the same as they do in DPRK. They have the same propaganda, the same newspapers, they have the same types of buildings, everything. It’s quite eerie actually.

Oh, and if these figure out where they are and try to escape? Their families back home get a one-way ticket to North Korea’s gulag.

Kim Jong-Il and Valdimir Putin: a partnership made in Hell.

(Crossposted at Sister Toldjah)

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5 Responses to “Russia’s North Korean slaves”


  1. Carlos says:

    Ahhh, yes. The Utopia Dear Leader dreams of.

    The only reason China doesn’t do the same is that they have their own “camps,” and it would be economically foolish to share the pot with traditional rival Russia. One thing the Chinese aren’t is economically foolish. Why, even their economic greed trumps their ideology!

    And where’s the outrage about the slave trade that takes place in many islamic countries? I guess because it’s politically incorrect to bring up anything negative about those peace-lovers, we’ll never see anything about that in virtually ALL the media.

  2. Shawn says:

    Won’t be long until our fearless leaders ship us off to those camps.

  3. Drew the Infidel says:

    I pity those North Koreans. On top of all the misery they have endured they have their own version of LSM to boot.

  4. Carlos says:

    What do you think our own LSM patterns itself after, Drew? It certainly isn’t journalism as taught in 1950 Columbia School of Journalism.

    My guess is they’ve studied Pravda for decades as the model to follow.

  5. Miroco says:

    The lefties win, I will look to North Korea as the model on how to treat my help, I spotted a bunch of stuff in their Muslim model as well, unfortunately my wife won’t quit driving, I’m almost afraid to bring up the extra wives schtick